Microsoft introduced the new interface in Windows 8 that make full use of live tiles, but they failed to gives users the tools to create, modify and tweak the lives tiles. Here is how you can do so.
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If you have not been checking out the Windows store, here are some useful Windows 8 apps that have appeared lately!
With Google being a rival to Microsoft, it is no surprise that Google products are not integrated into the Windows 8 release. Here are a few ways to integrate Google apps into Windows 8.
In Windows 8, you can right-click the bottom left-hand corner of your screen to get a context menu that takes you to places such as your task manager and control panel. In this tutorial, we will show you a way to add the shutdown and restart options to the taskbar context menu.
Microsoft has always wanted to keep users confined to what they want you to use and the Windows Store is another example. Here, we will look at some of the best alternatives to the Window Store out there so you can have every option at your disposal for finding apps for Windows 8.
Microsoft Sharepoint is great for project collaboration, but what if you can’t afford it or are looking for a free alternative? Let’s look at some solutions that won’t cost you a dime and will give you similar functionality as SharePoint.
For the giveaway of the week, we have 10 license keys for Stellar Partition Recovery (worth $990 in total) to be given away. Read on for more detail
Windows 8 does not give the users a way to backup the data utilized within its apps. Instead, you have to rely on complicated steps to manually backup the app data. Windows 8 Apps Data Backup is a simple program that you can start it up and begin backing up and restoring app data in Windows 8 in minutes. No installation required.
While troubleshooting your Windows PC, there are times when you need to access the network adapter details and see what is wrong with the Internet connection. We have come up with 2 ways for you to view the network adapter detail easily in Windows.
Windows Explorer may be the default file manager in Windows, that doesn’t means it is the best. If you are looking for alternatives, here are three stable alternatives to Windows Explorer.